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'Gravity' and 'Her' Win Big at Art Directors Guild Awards 2014 (FULL WINNERS LIST)

Photo of Ryan Lattanzio By Ryan Lattanzio | TOH! February 9, 2014 at 12:38AM

Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, the Art Directors Guild handed out their annual awards to the best in TV and cinematic production design. Big winners of the night were "Gravity," for fantasy feature film, and "Her," for contemporary feature film. "Great Gatsby" also picked up the prize for production design in a period film. These three are surefire Oscar frontrunners. Full list of winners her.
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Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, the Art Directors Guild handed out their annual awards to the best in TV and cinematic production design. Big winners of the night were "Gravity," for fantasy feature film, and "Her," for contemporary feature film. "Great Gatsby" also picked up the prize for production design in a period film. These three are surefire Oscar frontrunners. Full list of winners below.

The standout moment of the evening was Martin Scorsese's acceptance of the Cinematic Imagery Award in tandem with his Oscar-nominated "Wolf of Wall Street." "How do you separate cinema from production design? You can't," the director said as he humbly accepted his trophy. Per the teleprompter, Scorsese and "Wolf" production designer Bob Shaw will be working on a TV pilot soon.

Excellence in Production Design for Short Format, Live-Action Series:
"Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome"

Excellence in Production Design for a Commercial or Music Video:
"Call of Duty: Ghosts"

Excellence in Production Design for Multi-Camera, Variety, or Unscripted Series:
"Portlandia"

Excellence in Production Design for Awards, Music or Game Show:
The 67th Annual Tony Awards

Excellence in Production Design for Half-Hour Single-Camera TV Series:
"Veep"

Excellence in Production Design for a TV Movie or Mini-Series:
"Behind the Candelabra"

Excellence in Production Design for One-Hour Single-Camera TV Series:
"Game of Thrones"

Cinematic Imagery Award:
Martin Scorsese

Excellence in Production Design for Period Feature Film:
"The Great Gatsby"

Excellence in Production Design for a Fantasy Feature Film:
"Gravity"

Excellence in Production Design for a Contemporary Feature Film:
"Her"

This article is related to: Awards, Awards Season Roundup, Art Directors Guild


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